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Save the Net

April 7, 2004

So I have been trying to figure out why I have always avoided talking about real life stuff in my blog. Basically it seems I almost always just used it as a place to post updates and aquire feedback on my brushes, art, etc. I have wanted to sit down and write my thoughts before, but usually I think that you guys won't care. Or maybe I'm the one who doesn't care. I think about a lot of crazy shit and getting it all out into real sentences can be a bit difficult, so I just don't bother.

I think I was also worried about getting too personal. Like, maybe someone I know will read this and judge me or get pissed... whatever. Here's a scenario: I'm depressed and feeling like offing myself one day and I write about it in my blog. Then my mom comes along and reads it. She is naturally a little wigged out. I mean, I may be 26 but my mom still worries. So, anyway... she reads it, gets the wiggins, and checks me into the closest mental ward. See what I mean?

Anyway, my point is that I think I might start getting a little more personal on my "personal" website. And I am going to warn everyone ahead of time. Okay?